Dental Appliances are common parts of dentistry and orthodontics devices used that forms a treatment plan for you. They are broadly categorised as permanent or removable devices. These devices help to support your denture incase of a missing teeth by replacing it with an artificial one. It also helps to repair damaged teeth and also straighten teeth that are crooked.
Immediately after teeth are extracted or lost, the tooth pockets and gums need time to heal. Temporary dentures are made for patients who have experienced dental treatment for missing teeth on either or both the upper and lower jaw.
Acrylic Dentures are removable false teeth made of acrylic (plastic), nylon or metal. A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. There are few types of dentures available complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.
Flexible dentures are custom-made using the state of the art technology, they are almost a perfect fit for patients. Its flexible nature adapts in the mouth naturally as they fit into the teeth as the dental technician resculpts your gumline.
The higher the proficiency of the clinical denture technologist the better the fit of the denture, which adds to the aesthetics and gives them a face lift.
Light alloy dentures (chrome dentures) can be either partial dentures or full dentures.
The advantages are: Reduced bulk, lighter yet stronger, less coverage of the roof of the mouth with increased comfort to be hygienic and offer less tissue coverage, which increases oral sensitivity and taste.
Light alloy dentures will be retained with either metal clasps or Resin clasps that will match the colour of your natural teeth or gums.
With an on-site dental technican, Our same day acrylic denture and bespoke services also attracts patients from Southampton, Surrey, Windsor, Essex, Egham.
Our dental technician can repair your broken dentures while you wait depending on the damage, or even make you a spare denture in some cases.